Drama

The Maid by Nita Prose

The content in this book is hard to put into one box. The author may have intended it that way, and after the read, I looked at a lot of differing reviews and found myself agreeing with all of them and still being content with my own reactions to the book! That is not something… Continue reading The Maid by Nita Prose

Historical fiction, Romance

The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack 

This is a very cute, simple and straightforward old romance. It is a quick read with nothing to say against it. You will get exactly what you wanted if you pick it up, expecting the descriptions I began the review.Our lead protagonists are two individuals who have reached a stage in life that they should… Continue reading The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack 

Chick lit

The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim by Jules Wake

Narrated by Laura Brydon Book is still available for request on NetGalley This is a simple, straightforward book that provides exactly as advertised. The narrator of the audio version was pretty brilliant. I could hear the laughter in the voice as she modulated it to suit the situation.Our lead protagonist is a woman who finds… Continue reading The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim by Jules Wake

Historical fiction, Mystery

A Fatal Overture by Kathleen Marple Kalb

I have read and reviewed the previous two books in the series: This is yet another series that I am really enjoying the progress of. The setting is unique, as are the characters and their interactions.It is 1900s New York, and Ella Shane runs an Opera company. I would not recommend starting this series at… Continue reading A Fatal Overture by Kathleen Marple Kalb

Children's fiction

Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland

This story is short and packed with many hijinks(a word that best fits the situations described here.Our lead protagonist is the odd daughter who does not take after her pretentious parents. Her brother, at the time of the narrative, is too young to fall under any category. Her grandmother is bedridden in the attic and… Continue reading Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland